Script: Copied by one hand in very small Gothica Textualis Libraria, marked by d with a very long ascender, the southern form of tironian et, and occasional lengthening of the ascenders on the top line and the descenders on the bottom line. First pages stained; from about f. 41 the lower outer corners of the leaves are damaged without loss of text. Red underlining of the lemmata. Red captions in the margins. 3-line red plain initial at the beginning of art. 1. Binding: Limp parchment, consisting of a 17th century document in English, the blank verso of which is at the outer side. Gilt edges.
Manuscript on parchment of Iohannes Halgrinus de Abbatisvilla (d. 1237), Commentum in Cantica Canticorum. With a table of the lemmata commented in art. 1, referring to the original foliation.
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John Halgrin, Commentum in Cantica Canticorum. General Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.
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